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FOX News
Jan 21, 2013 5:00am EST
whif you missed a do? what do you do when your medication expires. we will ask dr. mark seigel. google wants to simplify our lives by getting rid of our pass words? >> hard to remember all of those isn't it? >> good morning. it is 22 minutes after the hour. the flu season is fuelling a deba debate about paid sick time. 30 million nationwide don't have sick time. districts say it's an unfair burden to small businesses. pass words may become the thing of the past. google is trying out usb sticks that log users in with a single click of the house. the idea is to prevent remote hackers from accessing on-line accounts. >> thank you, heather. >>> medication whether over the counter or prescription formulated to be used in only one specific way. should you double up if you miss a dose? what about if your medication expires. hear to breakdown the myths and tell us what facts dr. mark seigel from the a team. >> good to see you. does it matter where you fill your prescription? >> absolutely. that's a fact. you want to get a relationship with your pharmacist. this is a personal issue. the more yo
FOX News
Jan 30, 2013 10:00am PST
and looking for help. >> and where are the doctors? ear is one. dr. mark seigel a member of the team and associate professor at mangone medical center which i highly recommend. had both of my children there. they are saying what you have been saying on this program for years there is a doctor shortage in this country it is severe already and it's going to get more severe unlessing obama care kicks in in earnest and all of the people come on to the rolls. who is going to see them? >> the main thing focused on there in the lead up is that it is primary care doctors we are worrying about most. that's me a vanishing species. here's what a primary care doctor is an obstetrician, gynecologist, pediatrician, internist, family practitioner. it's the front line. the person go to the hospital. stay home. hospitals love specialists. why? specialists make money for the hospital. >> why is that? >> a surgeon brings someone to the operating room and then cleared by the anesthesiologists. they are utilized by specialists for the main part. hospitals rely on primary care doctors in order to put
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